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Deep burial of sandstones may produce more unusual cements, such as zeolites
(q.v.) or chlorite, and the original clay matrix may be recrystal- lized to micas (q.v.)
. Electron luminescence examination of thin sections of such formations can ...
property, a scale of textural maturity that involved four textural stages was
devised in 1951. These stages are described as follows. Degree of Immature
sandstones contain a clay matrix, and the textural sand-sized grains are usually
Many of these are alluvial fan deposits that front areas of intense faulting.
Calclithites are common among the younger sandstones of the Alps and Slovak
Carpathians. The study of heavy minerals reveals many details about changes in
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